Benefits of libraries
VHDL libraries are a powerful mechanism the language offers to collect common modules together for reuse. Reuse is a key to success with FPGA design, it helps to design faster, easier and with verified and validated modules. Designing and testing a general purpose library is often considered as a time consuming effort and most often there is no time for FPGA designers to build a complete general purpose library.
Using our library allow designers to focus on high-level design without wasting time to develop building blocks.
Quality and support
Campera Electronic Systems meets the highest standards of quality developed a rigorous design flow that dramatically reduce design flaws at each stage of the development process.
We offer to all customers with a valid support contract all optional modules, test benches and more and 24/7 customer service and support by phone and by email.
Tested on Hardware
Verification and Validation
Self checking testbench
Static Timing Analysis
Aldec Active-HDL 9.1 or later
Riviera Pro 2014.02 or later
Mentor Precision r2013b.15 or later
Xilinx ISE 14.7/Vivado 2013.4 or later
Altera Quartus II v.14 or later
VHDL Source Code
In the MATH LIBRARY Customers will find a full set of mathematical VHDL modules for integer, fixed point and floating point (single or double precision, IEEE-Standard-754 compliant) arithmetic. Both real and complex data types are supported. Trigonometric function are implemented.
vendor independent "off the shelf" VHDL cores for FPGAs (Xilinx, Altera, Achronix, Lattice and Microsemi)
VHDL modules are written in pure VHDL-93 standard (2008 available on demand), completely vendor independent
optimized in terms of speed, power and resource usage
architected, developed, verified, released and maintained through a rigorous and efficient process
DO-254 and IEC-61508 compliance if required
No cost for hardware/tool version update/upgrade
No time to re-generate the cores for different targets and/or tools
Considerably faster simulations compared to vendor pre-synthesized IP Cores
Configurable high performance VHDL modules available at no cost
Customization available on demand
More than 30 useful functions in the ces_math package
More than 5.000 lines of VHDL source code and 2000 lines of comments
CES internal VHDL coding standard to help you quickly understand the source code
The ces_math_lib is a collection of fixed point and integer basic mathematical operations and is ideal for expert designers as well as beginners
Ideal for Companies who start to work on FPGA design to start designing with a complete library of modules as well as expert designers.
All FPGA\CPLD design
CES Math Library